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Elizabeth Banks, Mandy Moore, & More Celebs Belt Out Their Fight Song In Support Of Hillary Clinton — Watch!

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We've sure got a lot to look forward to in the future as Hillary Clinton was officially declared the Presidential nominee for the Democratic Party on Tuesday night at the Democratic National Convention!

While there were plenty of inspiring moments from last night's event, including Bill Clinton's touching speech and Alicia Keys' performance, one of the most unforgettable ones was the video a TON of celebs made singing Rachel Platten's Fight Song in the style of Pitch Perfect!

Related: Celebs React To Clinton Becoming The Democratic Nominee!

Of course, there was no one more appropriate to lead the group than Pitch Perfect 2's director Elizabeth Banks as she was joined by Mandy Moore, Aisha Tyler, Jaime King, Jane Fonda, Connie Britton, Kristin Chenoweth, Idina Menzel, Ian Somerhalder, Nikki Reed, Julie Bowen, Jesse Tyler Ferguson, America Ferrera, and Eva Longoria.

Ch-ch-check out the AH-Mazing video (below) and share your thoughts on the election so far!

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49 Celebrities Honor The 49 Victims Of The Orlando Shooting With This Touching Tribute Video

Dozens of A-listers are doing their part to make sure the lives that were tragically lost in the June 12 shooting at Orlando's Pulse night club aren't forgotten.

On Wednesday, the Human Rights Campaign shared a touching tribute video to the 49 people who were taken too soon in the senseless act of incomprehensible violence, enlisting all sorts of stars to help remember the victims.

Related: President Obama Hand Picks The Country's First LGBT National Monument!

Ryan Murphy and his production company Ryan Murphy Television gathered together some of today's most famous, influential celebs to read the names of each victim, and share a little bit of their stories.

Big names like Caitlyn Jenner, Lady GaGa, Demi Lovato, Lea Michele, Kerry Washington, Colton Haynes, Gerard Butler, Sofia Vergara, and so many more honored those whose lives were sadly cut short in the terrible tragedy.

In fact, here are all the celebs who joined together for this moving clip (below):

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Jane Fonda Gets Real About The Root Of Her Teenage Eating Disorder In A Poignant Essay For Lenny Letter

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Jane Fonda is a very strong, influential, and complicated woman.

In an emotional essay for Lenny Letter, Fonda spoke out on how her teenage eating disorder contributed to her feminism and activism. The message was as sad as it was enlightening for readers of Lena Dunham's up and coming newsletter.

Related: Lena Discusses Her Feminism & Her Sexuality!

For those who don't know, the exercise guru comes from a pretty dark childhood — not only did her mother Frances Ford Seymour commit suicide when Jane was just a young girl, but she also allegedly suffered emotional abuse at the hands of her step-mother Susan Blanchard and her father Henry Fonda.

According to Ms. Fonda, Susan (who is eleven years YOUNGER than the actress), would tell her that she was too fat and needed to lose weight if she ever wanted a boyfriend. To make matters worse, these messages echoed the sentiments of her father, a blow that was very difficult to handle.

The activist recalled the painful memories, revealing:

"When I hit adolescence and the specter of womanhood loomed, all that mattered was how I looked and fit in. My father would send my stepmother to tell me to lose weight and wear longer skirts. One of my stepmothers told me all the ways I'd have to change physically if I wanted a boyfriend. Meanwhile, I sort of … hollowed out. Almost everything interesting about me scooped itself out and took up residence alongside the empty, disembodied me."

Ugh. How horrific and detrimental to poor Jane's psyche!

The beauty added:

"It's hard to be embodied if you hate your body. Like three of my father's five wives, I developed an eating disorder (probably to fill the emptiness), and given that it was, at least partially, an inauthentic me that I presented to the world, I instinctively chose men who would never notice because of their own addictions and "issues." Ah, but they were interesting, charismatic, alpha men, and they validated me."

Despite all the inner-turmoil J.F. faced, she was able to use this pain to propel her into activism. While the momma originally focused her energies on politics, she slowly shifted her view towards women's rights and finally found her confidence:

"For me to really confront sexism would have required doing something about my relationships with men, and I couldn't. That was too scary. It would have been like stepping off a cliff without knowing if there was a trampoline below. When I turned 60 and entered my third and final act, I decided that, no matter how scary it was, I needed to heal the wounds patriarchy had dealt me. I didn't want to come to the end of my life without doing all I could to become a whole, full-voiced woman."

Well, better late than never! It's just impressive to hear a woman who found strength in pain!

You can read Jane's full essay HERE.

[Image via WENN.]

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Grace And Frankie Season 2 Trailer Teases Love, Friendship, & Masturbation Jokes! Watch!

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Being divorced in your seventies never looked so fun!

Netflix finally dropped the trailer for season 2 of Grace and Frankie — which shows Jane Fonda and Lily Tomlin back playing the hilarious titular duo!

After their husbands — played by Martin Sheen and Sam Waterston — get married, the unlikely friends move forward with their lives with lots of laughs, vodka, and vibrators.

Video: Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt Cast Teases An Even Gayer Season 2!

But the trailer also shows a glimpse of new love interests, so we have a feeling Frankie's yam-based personal lubricant will definitely be needed at some point.

Ch-ch-check out the hilarious trailer (above) and watch season 2 of Grace and Frankie streaming on Netflix May 6!

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Janice Dickinson Joins A Long List Of Celebs Who've Battled Breast Cancer

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We're still in shock.

On Monday, supermodel Janice Dickinson revealed she has recently been diagnosed with breast cancer. So sad!

As we reported, the former America's Next Top Model judge is currently getting treatment from several specialists at UCLA as she processes the news.

Unfortunately, Miz Dickinson joins a LONG list of A-listers who've battled the disease — including Jane Fonda, Giuliana Rancic, and so many more…

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Jane Fonda Isn't Ashamed Of Being A 'Late-Bloomer' When It Comes To Feminism & Here's Why!

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Jane Fonda had an unconventional path towards becoming a feminist and is not afraid to talk about it.

In an essay written for Lena Dunham's Lenny Letter, the Grace & Frankie actress opened up about her "slow" journey towards feminism. The A-lister even revealed that in the 1970's she didn't fully understand the Women's Liberation Movement.

However, that all changed when Miz Fonda became a war activist and met several prominent feminists during that time.

Related: Lena Dunham Bares Nips For Paper Magazine

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Lena Dunham Bares Nips For Paper Magazine's New Issue While Talking Feminism & Her Sexuality!

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Lena Dunham spills all for Paper magazine!

Lena Dunham may not be doing press for Girls, but she's at least giving her fans something to tide themselves over until the show's Feb 21 premiere!

The actress and comedian stars on the March cover of Paper magazine, looking gorge as always!

Related: Lena No Longer Cares What You Think About Her!

Though it's interesting to see her playing so many roles for one spread. The pictures just go on and on!

But her interview, done by Jane Fonda, is just as inspiring, with Lena talking politics, sexuality, feminism, and so much more! Read on for the HIGHlights…

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